Brian Eno has produced a wealth of albums over his career. He began his musical life as the keyboardist for Bryan Ferry's band Roxy Music way back when, and appeared on the first 2 albums by that group.
After leaving Roxy Music in the 70's, he put out 2 "rock" albums, featuring many of his former bandmates (including Phil Manzanera on guitar). Some of you correctly identified "Taking Tiger Mountain (by strategy)" (pictured above) as the most visible album I held on the cover of "Passive-Aggressive". That placement was for a good reason - Eno was one of my strongest early influences.
His other album from that era was "Here Come the Warm Jets". Either of these is worth seeking out if you like 70's "art rock" with an amusing overlay of funny little noises. The writing is solid and quirky, the musicianship top-notch, and you may grow fond of Eno's odd nasaly voice.
My favorite Roxy Music album ("Viva"), came curiously several years after Eno's departure (admirably replaced by Eddie Jobson). It's one of the best "live" rock albums ever produced, and features killer versions of some of their best songs. "Do the Strand" will leave you screaming for more.
Beware when shopping for a good Eno album. His later career veered radically toward "ambient" music specifically designed to fade into the background.